It’s beginning to look a lot like Spring Break, and I am over the moon to have the opportunity to make a dent in my, what seems to be, evergrowing TBR. We’re creeping into March, and I’ve only managed to read one book since starting this blog, and that’s honestly kind of pathetic.
While I’m in no way comparing myself to any of the hard-core readers out there, I admit that I had higher expectations for myself. This is where the readathon comes in.
What’s a readathon, anyway?
A readathon is an event in which reading goals are set, and participants read uninterrupted for a pre-determined time period. Some include fun book challenges, and others are more focused on plowing through as many books as possible. Basically, it’s an opportunity for readers to do what they do best: READ!
Basically, it’s an opportunity for readers to do what they do best: READ!
Looking to get in on the action?
I really want this to be a light, enjoyable experience. So to avoid a book burn-out, I’m going to be loosely following the 24 in 48 Readathon plan.
To up the ante, I’m setting the quantitative goal of reading eight books in 10 days.
Totally do-able right?
Check back next week for more readathon details and updates.